When Chad’s Carpet Cleaning was established in this part of southeast Texas, we set out to be the source for carpet cleaning in League City and other cities in the area. We knew that our commitment to the satisfaction of our customers – who just so happened to be our friends and neighbors – would set us apart from the big corporate chains. We provide a personal level of service that the bigger companies just can’t match.
We offer you everything you need to get the surfaces and flooring in your house as clean as possible, including:
When you think about carpet cleaning in League City, TX, we want you to think of Chad’s Carpet Cleaning. We use proven cleaning methods and the latest technologies to get your carpets and area rugs looking great.
Given enough time, even the best-kept tile and grout can become stained and dingy looking. Our tile and grout cleaning services let you get the shine back in your tile and the crisp white back in your grout.
Your furniture and fabric upholstery will naturally accumulate dust and dirt over time. Our fabric upholstery cleaning services let you get the new back in your furniture, eliminating odors and stains.
If you would like to get your carpet, tile and furniture looking its best, please contact us at your earliest convenience. Our cleaning team is here and ready to help you with all of your cleaning needs.
League City is located southeast of Houston. Drivers traveling down I-45 will go through League City on their way to Galveston, although they may be intending to stay at one of the waterside resorts that League City has become known for.
League City like many of the cities in this part of Texas, has seen a considerable amount of growth in recent years. The city grew from a population of 45,444 in 2000 to a population of 83,560 in 2010. In fact, League City actually grew larger than Galveston during the period from 2000 through 2005.
League City is considered part of the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area, and is part of both Harris county and Galveston County.
A popular area for Karankawa Indians before white settlers arrived, League City was first established as a town when George W. Butler, from Louisiana, arrived in 1873. There was a bit of contention about the name after some other settlers arrived in the area. Butler and the new residents fought back and forth about what to call the town. At times it was known as Clear Creek, then League City, before League City was finally settled on.
• League City occupies an area of 53 square miles.
• Clear Creek Independent School District, located in the city, serves the majority of students in the city.
• Both San Jacinto College and the College of the Mainland serve League City as well.
• An airport, the Houston Gulf Airport, used to be located in League City in the eastern portion of the city. It was purchased and developed into housing.
• League City is considered to have a humid subtropical climate.